In the wake of unprecedented flooding, Houston’s apartment occupancy and rent growth levels are rising. Price increases, though, are modest and indicate operators are mindful of assisting displaced households. New apartment market data from RealPage’s Axiometrics group suggest that operable units in Houston were full in September, but that prices didn’t spike as some industry read more
Pittsburgh ranked among the nation’s top-performing apartment markets from 2010 through the first half of 2012 – posting big rent hikes and minimal vacancies. But since then, it’s been a very different story. What happened?
Real estate investors are obsessed with numbers – recent sales, price per unit, cap rates, lease comps – the list goes on. But the obsession goes beyond the numbers. By trying to accurately predict the future, investors read more
Ways to Reduce Your Exposure to a Revenue Slowdown in the Houston Apartment Market The stunning decline in oil prices during the past year has Houston real estate investors on edge. The obvious worry is that slower read more
Job growth in St. Louis recently hit a nine-year high. But even at that pace, St. Louis remained below the U.S. average for job growth on a relative basis. Combine that with other structural headwinds, and the read more
Ongoing apartment construction in Orange County totals just over 7,100 units, with 4,498 of them found in properties scheduled to complete in 2015. This year’s deliveries, then, will mirror the 4,428 units added in 2014, with both read more